TIME Business

Now You Can Play Cards Against Humanity on Your Phone

Students play Cards Against Humanity in Denver, Colorado in 2012.
Brian Cahn—Zuma Press/Corbis Students play Cards Against Humanity in Denver, Colorado in 2012.

There’s now a site called CardsAgainstOriginality.com that allows you to play Cards Against Humanity through a smartphone or tablet web browser. Players click the “new game” button and then they can send the link to their friends.

While it is not available in an app store, it can be added to a phone’s home-screen.

Cards Against Humanity is a card game launched with a Kickstarter fundraising campaign—and it’s basically a politically incorrect version of Apples to Apples and self-proclaimed “party game for horrible people.”

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TIME Business

Italian Billboard of a Topless Nun Is Obviously Controversial

A huge poster shows a model wearing jeans and part of a nun's habit, on a building in Naples, Italy on March 11, 2015.
Ciro De Luca—Reuters A huge poster shows a model wearing jeans and part of a nun's habit, on a building in Naples, Italy on March 11, 2015.

Pope Francis is supposed to visit Naples in a couple of weeks

A billboard depicting a nearly topless nun in Naples, Italy, is stirring up controversy as the city gets ready to host Pope Francis in a couple of weeks, Reuters reports.

Sponsored by women’s clothing brand Rossodisera, the ad on the side of a building shows a female model wearing part of a nun’s habit—the headpiece—and blue jeans. The way she holds a rosary to pray is also an attempt to cover up her breasts.

While residents reportedly think the ad is blasphemous, “obscene” and “ugly,” the company claims it came up with the promotion well before the papal visit. A statement to Gazzetta del Sud said, “We realized we made a strong marketing choice but there was no blasphemous intent.”

 

TIME Business

These Neighbors Learned Sign Language So a Deaf Resident Would Feel More at Home

His reaction will brighten your day

An ad for Samsung’s Turkey branch called “Hearing Hands” shows the people of Bagcilar, a suburban district of Istanbul, learning sign language so that a deaf resident, a man named Muharrem, could communicate more easily with the members of his community for one day in December 2014.

Debuted by the advertising blog DigitalSynopsis.com, the spot is a promotion for Samsung’s video conferencing service designed for the hearing-impaired. The video has racked up more than 5.5 million views since it was uploaded on March 3.

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TIME society

Meet the 10-Year-Old Girl Who Is Already Acing College

She's a math prodigy

Esther Okade is only 10 years old, but she’s already the top freshman in her college class, CNN reports.

The British-Nigerian math prodigy is enrolled at Open University, a distance learning college and hails from the industrial town Walsall in England’s Midlands. She told CNN, “I actually wanted to start when I was seven. But my mum was like, “you’re too young, calm down.”

Okade told the Birmingham Mail that she hopes to get a PhD and run her own business someday:

When she isn’t studying for exams, CNN reports that she writes math workbooks for children called “Yummy Yummy Algebra,” while her family works to open “Shakespeare Academy,” a nursery school and primary school in Nigeria’s Delta region.

 

TIME celebrity

Watch the Real Michael Bolton Play Michael Bolton From Office Space

"Wow, is that your real name?"

In a new parody produced by Funny or Die, singer Michael Bolton stars as the Michael Bolton character in the hit movie Office Space (1999), a comedy about cubicle jockeys who hate their mundane jobs and decide to rebel against their boss.

The Michael Bolton in the film is sick of being confused with the Grammy Award-winning artist. Below are a couple of scenes from the film that get spoofed in the video. In the spoof, fans will also see the singer rap in a car and mimic the famous scene in which the disgruntled employees take their frustrations out on a printer.

TIME Bizarre

Florida Woman Arrested for Getting Naked at Dunkin’ Donuts

It was a dare, police say

A Florida woman says she got naked at a Dunkin’ Donuts in Greenacres, Fla., because her dance group dared her to do it, police say, the Palm Beach Post reports.

Shakara Monik Martin of West Palm Beach was reportedly offered clothes, but refused to wear them, according to witnesses. The Palm Beach Post reports that the 32 year old has been released from the Palm Beach County jail Monday morning on her own recognizance, but could face an indecent exposure charge.

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TIME Food & Drink

Someone Stole Enough Cheese to Make Pizzas for a Lifetime

It was en route to a pizza distribution center in central Florida

A trailer carrying approximately $85,000 worth of shredded mozzarella cheese was reported stolen Sunday at a truck stop in central Florida, the Associated Press reports via the Ocala Star Banner.

The driver and his girlfriend were on their way to the Hungry Howie’s pizza distribution center in Lakeland, Fla., and were having a mechanic check out the tractor-trailer near Summerfield, according to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office. The Ocala Star Banner estimates that there could have been enough cheese in that trailer to make “tens of thousands of pizza pies.”

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TIME society

Watch What Happened When a Guy Asked a Girl to Prom Over the Jumbotron

But did she say yes?

Spring is just around the corner, and so is prom season, Good Morning America reports.

Maddy Comito, a high school senior in North Carolina, got her boyfriend Jesse Jacobs tickets to a North Carolina State University basketball game against Syracuse University to celebrate their one-year anniversary. Jacobs, a college freshman, told Comito to look up at the Jumbotron, where plastered across the screen was the phrase, “Jesse Jacobs would like to ask Maddy Comito to the 2015 Apex HS Prom.”

She said yes.

TIME Bizarre

This Poo Emoji Dress Is Perfect for Your Next Date

Keep piling on the jokes

The San Francisco-based clothing company Betabrand recently ran a successful crowd-funding campaign for a dress covered in the poop emoji. Advertised at an early-bird price of $106.20, the frock will prompt countless jokes bound to leave the wearer feeling pooped out. Not to mention it boasts four pockets (though the website does not say whether they are filled with toilet paper squares).

The brand has been crowd-funding men’s attire with this poo-emoji pattern, including a dress shirt, sneakers and trousers aptly named “Poopy pants.”

(h/t CNET)

TIME World

Watch a Lebanese Female TV Host Shut Down a Rude Male Guest

"Either there is mutual respect, or the conversation is over"

A male Lebanese scholar was promptly shut down by a female host on a talk show after telling her bluntly to “shut up, so I can talk.”

During a Mar. 2 discussion on Lebanon’s Al-Jadeed TV about Christians joining Islamic groups, Islamist scholar Hani Al-Seba’i was giving his take on the historical context when host Rima Karaki tried to ask a more specific question.

He told her not to cut him off, to which she responded, “In this studio, I run the show,” according to a YouTube clip with English subtitles uploaded by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).

Al-Seba’i says he will answer the questions the way he wants to answer them and, when told that time was running out, adds: “Are you done? Shut up, so I can talk.”

“How can a respected sheikh like yourself tell a TV host to shut up?!” Karaki responds.

“It’s beneath me to be interviewed by you,” the sheikh fires back.

The two-and-a-half-minute exchange ends with Karaki getting the better of her guest, telling him: “Just one second. Either there is mutual respect, or the conversation is over.”

The interview has been watched more than 2.6 million times on YouTube, and Karaki has been retweeting supportive comments:

(h/t The Guardian)

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